Mini Libraries for FSA Families
Early literacy is critical because it lays the groundwork for future learning. FSA knows that children love books and believes that all children should be able to access them and enjoy them. A recent example of joining with the community to prioritize literacy is a partnership with the United Way of the Greater Triangle (UWGT) to install 12 mini libraries in Zones 4 and 6 neighborhoods. Read More…
Parent Representatives Needed
The Family Success Alliance is looking for parent representatives to serve on our Advisory Council. The Advisory Council is a cross-section of community leadership including local government agencies, non-profit organizations, elected officials and zone representatives. They provide input and guidance into the strategic direction of our work.
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